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Sarah Campbell-Miller

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Sarah Campbell joined Arkansas Business in 2016. She graduated in 2011 from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro with a bachelor's degree in journalism and interned for the Jonesboro Sun. She then worked as a general assignment reporter and copyeditor for the Leader newspaper in Jacksonville. Sarah is from Gravel Ridge, which was annexed into Sherwood in 2008. She writes a monthly technology column and news for both the online and print editions.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

First Orion Breaks Ground On $10M Argenta Headquarters

First Orion of Little Rock breaks ground on its previously announced, six-story global headquarters at 520 Main St. in the Argenta Historic District of North Little Rock. read more >

McDonald's to Spend $69M Renovating 100 Arkansas Restaurants

McDonald's announced this week that it and its franchisees are investing $69 million in Arkansas in 2018 and 2019 to renovate and modernize approximately 100 of its restaurants throughout the state. read more >

Update: Aerojet Rocketdyne to Add 141 Jobs in Camden Over 3 Years

Aerojet Rocketdyne of Sacramento, California, which makes solid rocket motors at the Highland Industrial Park in East Camden, said Wednesday that it will expand its operations at its 1,200-acre facility there, adding 141 jobs over the next three years. read more >

City: Amazon to Open Distribution Center In North Little Rock

Amazon will open a "new concept" 30,000- to 40,000-SF distribution center in North Little Rock and create 65 to 100 full- and part-time jobs by this holiday season. read more >

JDRF Partnership Will Help Fayetteville Company Develop Insulin Pump

SFC Fluidics of Fayetteville is closer to bringing its first product, a wearable insulin pump, to market, thanks to its partnership with JDRF. read more >

Acxiom Reports $3M 1Q Loss

Acxiom Corp. of Conway reports a first-quarter loss of $3 million, even bigger than the $1.3 million loss it reported in the same quarter last year. read more >

Windstream Reports $94M 2Q Loss

Windstream Holdings Inc. of Little Rock reports a second-quarter net loss of $94 million, or $2.30 cents per share, even bigger than the loss of $68 million ($1.83 per share) last year. read more >

$1M Raised, The Rep Aims for New Productions in 2019

The Arkansas Repertory Theatre plans to resume productions after the first of the year now that it has a new budget and raised enough money to pay off debt. read more >

Promises Are Kept, Paving A Broader Path To College

Southern Bancorp Inc., the Ross Foundation and Murphy Oil Corp. are spending millions on Promise scholarships that sponsors and an administrator say have increased the college-going rate of high school graduates in Arkadelphia and El Dorado. read more >

Mulling Closure in Conway, Kimberly-Clark Says Restructuring Plan 'On Track'

Kimberly-Clark Corp. of Irving, Texas, reports second-quarter net income down 14 percent. The company has said it may close its plant in Conway, which employs about 350 people. read more >